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P.O. Box 1182
Panama City, Florida 32402
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Monday, February 12, 7:00 PM at the Science and Discovery Center of Northwest Florida. (308 Airport Road, Panama City, FL)
Greg Hagan will present the program:
"Northern Bobwhite Quail Management"
Greg Hagan is the Northern Bobwhite Coordinator for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. He also serves as the Director of the Upland Ecosystem Restoration Project, a multi-agency effort to improve populations of Northern bobwhite and other grassland dependent species on public lands throughout Florida.
Stay Connected for the latest BCAS News and Events
Sat. Jan 27 Camp Helen State Park Monthly Bird Survey with Emily Ellis. Meet at the Park gate at 6:00 AM. Please RSVP to email@example.com
Tue. Jan 30 Adventure Film Series "Around the World on a String" by Bob DeLoss and Stan Walsh. Arnold High Auditorium 7:00 PM.
Thurs, Feb 8 Adventure Film Series "Hot Spots: America's Volcanic Legacy"
by Gray Warriner. Arnold High Auditorium 7:00 PM.
Sat. Feb. 10 Bay Day at the Buffer Preserve in Port St. Joe. A free bird walk along the bay and Gulf beach will be led by Ron Houser and other BCAS members. Other trips through the preserve will be available also, as well as a Low County Boil, live entertainment and educational tables.
Sat, Feb 17 Okaloosa County Spray Fields Field Trip, Ft. Walton Beach
This is always a productive area for a wide range of birds, including sparrows and ducks. Be sure to confirm the trip before going (especially if it has rained). Call Ron Houser at 763-7485 for details.
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